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    Default Bray Wyatt Possibly Injured at Tonight's WWE Live Event In Providence

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    - Reader Jeff Highcove sent word that at tonight's WWE live event in Providence, during a six-man tag team match, Bray Wyatt was chasing Darren Young out of the ring but landed wrong, immediately went to the ground and ended up crawling back to the ring.

    The Wyatt Family won the match but after the referee threw up the "X" symbol to signal a quick finish. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper carried Bray out of the ring. Jeff added that Bray looked like he was in obvious pain.

    In an update, several fans in attendance have noted that Wyatt appeared to legitimately hurt his left leg. He may have ran into the barricade or tripped over part of the railing. Another fan noted he injured himself jumping off the apron and fell into part of the railing.

    Wyatt was limping around badly before being helped to the back by Erick Rowan and Luke Harper.

    - In an update on our earlier posts about Bray Wyatt getting injured at last night's WWE live event in Providence, it appears the injury was not part of the match. Fans who had a view of the "gorilla position" behind the curtain noted that as soon as Erick Rowan and Luke Harper brought Bray backstage, they laid him on the ground where WWE doctors checked him out. There's no official word from WWE on Wyatt's status yet.

    As noted earlier, Bray Wyatt apparently injured his left leg in a six-man tag match at last night's WWE live event in Providence, RI. One of the barriers appeared to be pushed too far out and Bray tripped over it when he went running after Darren Young.

    A reader sent word that Bray got a quick diagnosis in the back before getting help walking backstage.

    F4Wonline.com reports that WWE sources indicate Bray Wyatt suffered a calf injury, not a knee injury as previously believed, at Saturday's WWE live event in Providence.

    No other details are available yet but it's said the injury was not serious. Wyatt did leave the arena on crutches on Saturday night.

    Bray Wyatt did not wrestle at Sunday night's WWE live event in Philadelphia but he was ringside in his rocking chair as Erick Rowan and Luke Harper faced Darren Young and Titus O'Neil.

    We noted earlier that Wyatt's injury from Saturday night wasn't believed to be serious and that it was likely a calf injury. A fan on Twitter met Wyatt before the WWE live event on Sunday afternoon and as you can see in the photo below, Wyatt wasn't using crutches or any kind of brace:

    Last edited by Centurion; 10-14-2013 at 11:03 PM.

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    Wyatt being injured will probably bring the entire stable back. It's sad the amount of injuries WWE superstars are getting these days....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DZSharma View Post
    Wyatt being injured will probably bring the entire stable back. It's sad the amount of injuries WWE superstars are getting these days....
    I know, WWE can't have The Wyatt Family on RAW because they don't want Bray limping to and from the ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centurion View Post
    I know, WWE can't have The Wyatt Family on RAW because they don't want Bray limping to and from the ring.
    They possibly could have him walk down the ramp and sit down the chair like he usually does. All he has to do is to cut a promo while staying seated and then leave. His entrance is always dark, so no one would really notice.

 

 

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